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Raelians Claim Hypocrasies of the Vatican


The Raelian Movement continues to show the Hypocrasies of the Vatican

How can the Pope not be aware of the Vatican 's crimes?

Press release, August 24th 2004 - Following the Reuters story from Castelgandolfo, Italy on Aug 22, "Pope Condemns Human Cloning and Arrogance of Man", (see below) commenting that human cloning is not "ethical" and that Christ taught "respect for human beings", Ricky Lee, leader of the US Raelian Movement has issued the following statement. "The pope has seemed to forget or was never educated as to how many millions of people the catholic church has killed by burning them alive or committing cultural genocide. He has also forgotten that the vatican condoned the slave trade, that millions of children have already died and millions more are suffering through starvation , born only because all popes forbid followers not to use condoms, and that he continues to kill by lying to populations telling them that condoms do not stop the aids virus. And let's not forget the covering up of thousands of pedophile crimes. Is this what the pope means by "respect for human beings"?

In this statement, the pope condemns human cloning and arrogance of man. This all sounds nice but ask a starving child or someone dying of a disease which cloning research can cure - Who is more arrogant, those who want to help improve the quality of life and create life or those who take life? And to put things in a more clear perspective, let's not forget that all previous popes were all against blood transfusions, transplants, prescription drugs, vaccines etc. and yet the current pope would have surely died 15 years ago if not for these scientific advances. But did he refuse these advances of science? No! And while the pope also compares cloning to "the Nazi experiments carried out in WWII", he waves a beautiful flag but speaks nothing of the truth. For one, not telling of the vatican's profiting from their helping Nazi criminals to flee Germany to escape justice. (Attys Easton and Levy - Alperin v. Vatican Bank was originally filed in Federal Court in San Francisco in November 1999. The plaintiffs are concentration camp survivors of Serb, Jewish, and Ukrainian background and their relatives as well as organizations representing over 300,000 Holocaust victims.The plaintiffs seek an accounting and restitution of the Nazi Croatian Treasury that according to the US State Department was illicitly transferred to the Vatican bank and other banks after the end of the war. See http://www.vaticanbankclaims.com/home.html)

Even considering its great strength to hide the truth and point the finger at others, the very foundation of the vatican is crumbling as is the myth of god. There is no god. Humanity owes its existance to The Elohim. ELOHIM were spoken of in the bible, god was not. And the vatican has likely known this for a long, long time."

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